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Seyasat edition No. 45: Revisiting “Oslo” 25 years later, legal revision of US measures towards Palestinians

The Institute for Public Policies (IPP) in partnership with the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) recently issued a new edition of Seyasat quarterly with a focus on  revisions of the post-Oslo reality from multiple perspectives 25 years after it was signed,. They include in-depth analysis of the international and Israeli discourses, especially with regards to the Israeli Nation-State law, and the US-Administration, that has implemented policies in violationinternational law and norms.......More

Seyasat edition No.44 tackles the reality of development policy in Palestine

A new edition of Seyasat quarterly was published by the Institute for Public Policies (IPP) in partnership with the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) and elaborates on the context of development policy in Palestine, which is argued to be largely bound to impediments by the Israeli occupation. Contributions discuss of the challenges of reaching a developmental vision that would be able to resist the status quo, question priorities and raise the ceiling of economic performance.........More

 

Seyasat edition No. 43 on 70 years of the Nakba

  A new edition of Seyasat quarterly was published by the Institute  for  Public Policies (IPP) in partnership with the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) with the issue titled “The Seventieth Anniversary of the ‘Nakba’”, which addresses issues that tackled dreams, realities and the aspirations of return of the Palestinian people, particularly refugees.  It raises questions about the transformation in the Palestinian society since the  Nakba in 1948, , until today. Of particular concern is the most recent initiative by the US-Administration that puts into question legal and moral concerns of many Palestinians, especially the right of return........More



IPP has issued recently A new edition (45)  of Seyasat  Magazine.